Jobstoday will include two parts: a platform for permanent job postings and section for freelancers.
The platform for job offers, as developers say, has already been working for three years. Their platforms are present in Switzerland
, and Austria
. On these platforms, employers can place vacancies for money, and employees respond to them. The developers claim that their audience has already reached 1 million users from 90 countries. That is strange because if you visit any of these websites, the average number of job views varies from 5 to 100.
They promise to launch a service for freelancers in the next year. It will work on smart contracts. Clients post an assignment, set a price with terms&conditions, and a freelancer agrees to them. Or it can be vice versa, the freelancer describes his or her experience and sets the price for services.
Jobstoday has more features: training and course advertising, access to the resume database, and rewards to users for helping companies find employees. Website: globaljobcoin.com Analog: Blocklancer
. How they differ from the competitors:
as the developers explain, Bitjob is only focused on students, Blocklancer focuses on freelancers, Wordcoin — on translators. The primary goal of Global Coin is to take over the whole labor market.
How they want to make money:
commission for services.
the global recruitment market is around $20 billion.